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Ball ALWAYS goes to side where X3 is located. 4 will follow to that corner to receive the pass.
4 pass to 3, 3 pass to 2 and cut to opposite corner.
5 down screen for 4 looking to flash to the nail or 3 point line.
1 fades to space in the corner.
3 reads: lob to 5, skip to 1, or 4 can shoot/look high-low.
Quick action to get your big a low post seal or feed. From FIBA Olympics Qualifier 2020.
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Former Utah Jazz Coach Jerry Sloan would run this 1-4 high set for a back screen post feed option.
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In his first year as head coach of the WNBA's Las Vegas Aces, Bill Lambier was given a tough task: effectively blend the offensively post play-minded games of 2018 Rookie of the Year A'Ja Wilson and newly acquired All-Star Liz Cambage.
With 18.6 seconds remaining in the second half and leading the Connecticut Sun by 1 point, Coach Lambier calls "Thumbs Up" as an end of time score. The play demonstrates an effective use of an offense that desires to optimize two talented post players. The play is a quick hitter that begins with a high ball screen and can lead to a low post lay-up, or a three-point opportunity. The play can be successful for end of time situations, and contains easy actions for a play call after a timeout.
With 33 seconds left in the third quarter of their Round of 32 matchup with Missouri State, Iowa State's Women's team ran this 1-4 high set to get a post isolation for 6'1" forward Madison Wise, taking advantage of a matchup with a smaller defender. The key to this was Wise's ability to change pace and speed coming across the top of the key; the timing allowed her to keep the defender on her back as she established position on the mid-post. Iowa State ran this to perfection late clock and ended up sending Wise to the FT line to cut the Missouri State lead to 4 going into the fourth.
Italian coach Luca Banchi ran the Horns set offense while he was head coach of Armani Milano (2014-15 in LegaBasket and Euroleague). The play provides pick and roll / pop out options for bigs, and stagger screen / hand-off options for guards.